Spoliation of evidence is when a person destroys, tampers with, hides, or withholds evidence that is relevant for a court case. Spoliation of evidence is a crime, and those accused of it can face criminal punishments if they are found guilty of it. There are many different ways through which a person can spoil evidence.
Mr. Gray is a trial attorney who has represented individuals and companies in state and federal courts in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota for more than twenty-five years, particularly in the defense of professional malpractice claims, and in insurance law, business and personal injury litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Gray also represents these clients in mediation and arbitration. Mr. Gray has been elected as a fellow of the Iowa Academy of Trial Lawyers and the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Before joining the Heidman Law Firm, John served as a law clerk first to The Honorable Donald P. Lay, Chief Judge, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and then to The Honorable Louis Schultz, Iowa Supreme Court.
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1128 Historic 4th Street P.O. Box 3086 Sioux City, Iowa